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Election 2020: Resources for People with Disabilities

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Whether you’re a person with a disability, a parent, a caregiver, a spouse, or a friend, disability touches us all.  Take time to learn about crucial disability related issues that were part of the discussion during the 2020 presidential election.

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Voting Resources for People with Disabilities

Information on Presidental Candidates - AAPD

Resources for Voters with Disabilities (via the United States Election Assistance Commission)

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Easterseals Election Related Stories

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